Seventh Sunday of Easter Séptimo Domingo de Pascua

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Seventh Sunday of Easter Séptimo Domingo de Pascua
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
12704 Foothill Blvd., Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739-9795
www.sacredheartrc.org (909) 899-1049 + Fax (909) 899-3229
May 8, 2016
Séptimo Domingo
de Pascua
Seventh Sunday
of Easter
Deacon Ed Clark
Parish Deacon , Ext 286;
[email protected]
Rev. Julian Okoroanyanwu
Parochial Vicar, Ext. 141
Email: [email protected]
Rev. Edward J. Molumby, S.T.
Priest in Residence
Very Rev. Benedict Nwachukwu -Udaku
VF, Pastor, Ext. 132
Email: [email protected]
Alwyn Anfone
Seminarian, Ext 116
[email protected]
Baptisms/Bautizos
Classes are required for parents and godparents before the Baptism is
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 AM-5:30 PM
scheduled. We recommend three months preparation. You may contact
Friday: 8:30 AM- 5:00 PM
the Front Office at ext. 113 or ext. 115 or see our website
www.sacredheartrc.com for more information.
(909) 899-1049
Los padres y padrinos deben tomar clases de preparación antes del
For General Information call ext. 113 or 115
bautismo. Se recomienda que tengan tres meses de preparación. Puede
For Emergencies ONLY requiring a priest
comunicarse con la oficina, ext. 113 o ext. 115 o ver nuestra pagina de
during non-office hours call (909) 503-5588.
internet www.Sacredheartrc.org para más información.
Weddings/Bodas
In order to schedule a wedding, a prenuptial meeting with a priest is
MASS SCHEDULE in English
required. One of the parties must be a committed member of Sacred
Mon– Sat: 7:30 AM Wed: 6:15 PM
Heart Parish. Minimum six months preparation required. Any previous
Saturday: 5:00 PM
marriage must be cleared before a date is scheduled and preparation can
Sunday: 7:00 AM, 10:30 AM (w/ American Sign Language),
begin. Call ext.133 for an appointment.
12:30 PM, 5:00 PM
Para planear una boda, se requiere una junta prenupcial con el
sacerdote. Una persona de la pareja debe ser un miembro de la
parroquia de Sagrado Corazón. Para pedir una cita llame extensión 133.
es requerida.
HORARIO DE MISAS en Español Preparación de seis meses mínimo
Quinceañeras
Martes: 6:15 PM
Para reservar una Quinceañera o para mas información debe asistir a
Domingo: 8:30 am (con Lengua de Signos) y 7:00 PM
una reunión informativa en la oficina parroquial a las 10:00 am el ultimo
domingo de cada mes. Padres y Quinceañera solamente. Se requiere 6
meses de preparación.
Mass Intentions
CONFESSIONS/CONFESIONES
Anyone may request a Mass intention for a person who is living, a
Saturday at 3:30 p.m. & Tuesday’s 5:00pm (English/Spanish)
person who is deceased, members of a given family, a special intention,
or call ext.133 for an appointment
or a birthday. Mass intentions are filled on a first come first serve basis.
Sábado 3:30 p.m. y Martes 5:00pm (Ingles/Español)
The offering is $10 per Mass (maximum of four intentions). Must be in
o llame x133 para hacer una cita.
person.
Funerals/Funerales
Holy Hour - Every Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Come before
If you would like to make arrangements for a funeral please contact
the Blessed Sacrament, join us to pray for all families, our parish family and the parish office x 115
Si desea hacer arreglos para un funeral, por favor póngase en contacto
for vocations.
Hora Santa - Todos los Jueves de 6:30 p.m. a las 7:30 p.m. Venga ante el con la oficina parroquial extensión 115.
Santísimo Sacramento del Altar, únase a nosotros para pedir por todas las
Sacred Heart Parish School
familias, nuestra familia parroquial y por las vocaciones.
OFFICE HOURS:
Grades: K-8th
Reservation Chapel - with the Blessed Sacrament is open on weekdays
from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Entrance is on the West side of the building.
La Capilla - del Santísimo Sacramento esta abierta entre semana de 7
a.m. a 5 p.m. La entrada esta al oeste del edificio.
School Info: (909) 899-1049 x400
FAX: (909) 899-0413
School Web Site:
www.shsrcbulldogs.webs.com
Trenna Meins, Principal
Mary Carr, School Secretary
For School Day Care call ext. 407 & 660
Please pray for all unborn babies and their families:
♥ Baby Varela
♥ Baby Cervantes
Saturday, May 7 SeventhSunday of Easter / St. Pius V
5:00pm
+
Jason Jimenez
r/b Your Mom
+
Martina Juarez (Anniversary)
r/b Sus Hermanas
Juels Bohol (Birthday)
Sunday, May 8 Seventh Sunday of Easter
7:00am
All Mothers Living and Deceased
8:30am + Mercedes Rodriguez
10:30am
12:30pm +
+
r/b Bernadette B.
Please also pray for women who are considering abortion.
That they come to understand the sanctity of human life. May
God give them the grace and strength to accept the gift He
has given them in the life of their baby.
Please pray for all our sick relatives and friends:
r/b Sus Hijos y Familia
Mirelia Kwon y Companera (Spec. Int.) r/b Su Mama
All Mothers Living and Deceased
All Mothers Living and Deceased
r/b Bondad & Buenbrazo Fam.
Virginia Lagaya Bondad
r/bBondad & Buenbrazo Fam.
Maxima Rosales
Bob Reyes
Sara Webster
Ciara Langil
Bob Reyes
Sara Webster
Carlos Lopez
Jose Manuel Carillo
All Mothers Living and Deceased
5:00pm
7:00pm
All Mothers Living and Deceased
All Mothers Living and Deceased
Monday, May 9
7:30am + Lorenzo Orlando
r/b Bongga Family
Tuesday, May 10 St. Damien de Veuster
7:30am + George Echiverri
r/b Rene Echiverri
6:15pm + Lydia De La Pena
r/b Alicia De La Pena
Wednesday, May 11
7:30am + Lilia Agbayani
r/b Patricia Martinez
6:15pm + All Souls in Purgatory
r/b Purgatorial Society
Thursday, May 12 Sts. Nereus and Achilleus; St. Pancras
7:30am
r/b Patricia Martinez
Eileen Roethler (Healing)
Friday, May 13 Our Lady of Fatima
7:30am
Alicia De La Pena (Special Intention) r/b Self
Saturday, May 14 St. Matthias
7:30 am
r/b Sacred Heart School
Gladys Giron (Healing)
Sunday-May 8 , 2016
9:30AM
10:00AM
12:00PM
3:30PM
5:30PM
Sacred Heart Singers Prac.
Little Lambs
African Descent Ministry
Sunday 5pm Choir Practice
Carlos Ramirez Choir
6:00AM
6:50AM
3:00PM
4:30PM
6:00PM
6:00PM
6:30PM
7:00PM
AA Meeting
Rosary
Divine Mercy
CFF Classes
RICA
Liturgical Mtg. & Trg.
Confirmation Classes
SPN. Cristo Rey
6:00AM
6:50AM
8:00AM
9:00AM
3:00PM
4:30PM
5:30PM
6:00PM
7:00PM
7:00PM
7:00PM
7:30PM
7:30PM
AA Meetings
Rosary
Bible Study
O.L. Of Guadalupe Visit
Divine Mercy Chaplet
CFF Classes
Life Teen Choir Practice
Adult Formation Meeting
Taller de Oracion y Vida
Encuentro Matrimonial
ACTS Women’s Fellowship
Matrimonios Sgrd. Crzn.
AA Meeting
Horvath
Library
John XXIII
Church
Horvath
Monday-May 9, 2016
Conf. Rm.
Chapel
Chapel
JP II
Conf. Rm
Church
Horvath
JPII
Tuesday-May 10, 2016
Conf Rm
Chapel
JP II
Church
Chapel
JPII
Horvath
Library
Con. Rm.
John XXIII
Cardenas
Chapel
Library
♥ Baby Luna ♥Baby Mathews
♥ Baby Blanco
Anita Ceballos
Doreen Richichi
*Frank de Lima
*Don Calzia
*Cornelia Lucero
* Guillermo Fitzmaurice
Join us to pray for all who recently died:
“It is a good and wholesome thing to pray for the dead” (2 Maccabees 12:45-46)
Justina Arellano
Guadalupe Ruiz
Livia Garcia
Lap Nguyen
Kimberly Groth
Cynthia Dacquisto
Estela Barrios
Rusty Stephens
Baby Bautista
Fermina T Lim
Valentina Vargas
Dr. Ferdinand Bumagat
Aurelio Rubio
David Joe Aldaco
Yolanda Violet Morris
Dawil Ibarra
Norma Comendador
Bob Meinking
Pa Alloysius Anyanwu
Miguel J Villanueva
Lauro Baca Jr
Elsie Duran
Lilia Agbayani
+Terry Taylan
+Charlie Villanueva
+Delia Acensio Perez
+Edith Davis
Please pray for all our relatives and friends
serving in the military:
Joseph Linares (N)
John Portillo (A)
Carissa Deck (AF)
Amy Deck (A)
Kristin Queen (AF)
Addison Queen (AF)
Sean Queen (AF)
7:30PM OLG Visiting Image
7:45PM J&C Choir Practice
JPII
Church
Wednesday-May 11, 2016
6:00AM
6:50AM
9:30PM
3:00PM
4:00PM
4:30PM
4:30PM
6:00PM
6:30PM
7:00PM
7:00PM
7:00PM
7:30PM
AA Meeting
Rosary
Taller de Oracion y Vida
Divine Mercy Chaplet
Liturgical Committee Mtg.
CFF Classes
First Eucharist Practice
EDGE
Filipino Ministry Mtg.
RCIA
Cristo Rey
NFP Spanish
SH Singers Practice
6:00AM
6:50AM
3:00PM
4:30PM
5:00PM
6:30PM
7:00PM
7:30PM
7:30PM
AA Meeting
Rosary
Divine Mercy
CFF
Wedding Rehearsal Eng.
Holy Hour
Grief Support
Wedding Rehearsal (Spn)
Holy Spirit Prayer Mtg.
Conf. Rm.
Chapel
Cardenas
Chapel
Conf. Rm.
JP II
Church
Horvath
Conf. Rm.
Library
John XXIII
Cardenas
Church
Thursday-May 12, 2016
Conf. Rm
Chapel
Chapel
JPII
Church
Church
Con. Rm.
Church
Library
Friday –May 13, 2016
6:00AM AA Meeting
Minerva Gaona
Blanca Chavez
Sandra Milton
Susana Trujillo
Milta Negron
Conchita Villanueva
Gil Ybe
Conf. Rm.
Carlos E Rodriguez (M)
Kevin Chavez (N)
Stephen Abarca (A)
Brianna C Hernandez (A)
Anthony Scheidemantla (A)
Jacob Anthony Quintanilla (A)
Marco A Rivera (A)
Zedrix P Santos (A)
6:50AM
3:00AM
5:00PM
6:00PM
6:30PM
7:00PM
7:00PM
7:00PM
Rosary
Divine Mercy Chaplet
Angeles de Maria Coro
Angeles de Maria Padres
Light of Jesus
Estudio Biblico
Diocesan Adult Conf.
Coro de Carlos Practica
Chapel
Chapel
John XXIII
John XXIII
Horvath
Library
Church
Conf. Rm.
8:00AM
8:00AM
8:30AM
8:30AM
9:00AM
9:00AM
3:30PM
6:30PM
6:30PM
7:00PM
ACTS Men’s Reunion
John XXIII
Holy Spirit Prayer Meeting Conf. Rm
Social Justice Meeting
Cardenas
Multi Cultural Team Mtg. Horvath
Altar Servers Training
Chapel
Social Concern
JPII
Confessions
Church
Life Teen Life Night
Horvath
Vigil of Pentecost Gathering Church
ACTS Core Meeting
Cardenas
Saturday-May 14, 2016
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Our Site with Fr. Ben / Nuestro Enfoque de la Fe con Padre Ben
THE MONTH OF MAY: THE MONTH OF MARY II
(HONORING OUR MOTHERS)
The month of May is the month to honor our mothers in the different
settings of their identity and mission. Motherhood is both a life giving and
mission oriented vocation. To be motherless is to be without the basic
nourishments that ensure a healthy growth, not only in the physical realm or in
the socio-economic dimension of our lives but also in our spiritual lives and
mental development. It is on this backdrop that we are grateful to God, who has
granted us the favor of having our biological mothers and our ecclesial mother,
our sublime spiritual and caring celestial mother, the Blessed Virgin Mary. In our
journey of faith in this valley of tears, we are blessed with both the human and
divine cares of our mothers.
At birth, God generously gave us our biological mother whose
relationship with us started when we were conceived in the
womb, a relationship
that expresses our deeper connection with God as indicated in
the following
biblical texts: “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you,
and before you were born I consecrated you; I appointed you a
prophet to the nations” (Jeremiah 1: 4); “Thus says the Lord
who made you, who formed you from the womb and will help
you” (Isaiah 44:2); “For thou didst form my inward parts, thou
did knit me together in my mother’s womb, I praise you for
the wonder of my being” (Psalms 139: 13-15); “Thy hands
fashioned and made me” (Job 10:8); “And when Elizabeth
heard the greetings of Mary, the babe leaped in her
womb” (Luke 1:41). In these biblical words, our
connectedness with God is visible through the preserving love
of our biological mothers, who accepted the pain of pregnancy
so that a new life is generated and brought into existence.
The mission of our biological mothers does not end
with conception
but continues in the different maternal cares that we receive
from childhood to
adulthood. It is said that the work of a mother does not end. Mothers accompany
their children during the delicate periods of infancy and adolescence; they take
care of any sick member of the family and are always available to support in any
kind of good work. The Igbo people of Nigeria describe mothers as Nne, which
signifies fruitfulness and life affirming vocation. Nneka, which is derived from
Nne, demonstrates that mothers are supremely important.
In the light of the above reflection, those who believe in God are said
to have another mother, which is the Church. The mystical body of Christ is our
spiritual mother. Pope John XXIII referred to the Church as Mater et Magister
(Mother and Teacher). The Church is our mother that nourishes us with the
Sacraments. The Catechism indicates that the Sacraments make the Church
since they manifest and communicate to men, especially in the Eucharist, the
mystery of communion with God who is love (CCC 1118). The Church as a
mother takes care of the poor and the needy through the many charitable
organizations and social apostolate that she generously undertakes in making
God’s love known to all. As a teacher, the Church encourages us to know more
about God and the spiritual life through the scriptures, traditions, magisterium,
and age-long experiences and testimonies of the Saints. The Church also teaches
us through the painful experiences of her children who are being killed in
different parts of the world today and at all times.
Our third and sublime mother is the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother
of God (Theotokos), the Mother of Jesus (Mater Dei), and the Mother of the
Church (Mater Ecclesiae). The Blessed Virgin Mary is the mother of all the
Children of God, the New Eve. It is in the event of her maternal vocation that she
had gloriously appeared in most countries of the world with a singular motive of
inviting us to love Jesus from the Virgin of Guadalupe (1531) to the Lady of
Lourdes (1858) and from the Lady of La Salette (1846) to the Virgin of Fatima
(1917), from our Lady of Kibeho in Africa to our Lady of Medjugorje. All of
Mary’s graces and privileges make up the jewel box that displays the pearl: Jesus
Christ, our God. So, honoring Mary is honoring Jesus as I underlined in our last
week reflection.
As we celebrate the 2016 Mother’s Day, we are grateful to all our
mothers here at Sacred Heart. Thanks so much for being there for your children
(domestic family) and for your help to the Church (our big family).
May 8, 2016
EL MES DE MAYO: EL MES DE MARIA II
(UN TRIBUTO A LAS MADRES)
El mes de mayo es el mes para honrar a nuestras madres en diferentes
facetas de su identidad y su misión. La maternidad es una vocación que da vida
y está orientada a cumplir una misión. No tener madre es carecer de los cuidados
básicos que aseguran un crecimiento saludable, no sólo en el dominio de la
dimensión física o socioeconómica de nuestras vidas, sino también en nuestras
vidas espirituales y desarrollo mental. Es por esto que agradecemos a Dios que
nos ha otorgado el favor
de tener a nuestras madres biológicas y a nuestra madre eclesiástica, nuestra
sublime madre espiritual y afectuosa madre celestial, la Santísima Virgen María.
En nuestro trayecto de fe en este valle de lágrimas, tenemos la bendición de
tener tanto el cuidado humano como el divino de nuestras madres.
Al nacer, Dios generosamente nos da a nuestras
madres biológicas, cuya relación con nosotros comenzó
cuando fuimos concebidos en el vientre, una relación que
expresa nuestra profunda conexión con Dios según se indica
en los siguientes textos bíblicos: "Antes de formarte en el seno
de tu madre, ya te conocía; antes de que tu nacieras, yo te
consagré, y te destiné a ser profeta de las naciones (Jeremías 1:
4); "Así les habla Yavé, su creador, el que los formó desde el
seno materno y el que los socorre" (Isaías 44: 2); "Pues tú
Señor, formaste mis entrañas, me tejiste en el seno de mi
madre, te doy gracias por tantas maravillas que tu has
ejecutado; (Salmos 139: 13-15); "Tus manos me han
moldeado, me han formado" (Job 10: 8); "Al oír Isabel su
saludo, el Niño dio saltos en su vientre" (Lucas 1: 41). Estas
palabras bíblicas hacen visible nuestra conexión con Dios
mediante el amor protector de nuestras madres biológicas,
quienes aceptaron el dolor del embarazo para generar una
nueva vida y darnos existencia.
La misión de nuestras madres biológicas no termina
con la concepción sino que continúa con los diferentes
cuidados maternales que recibimos desde la niñez hasta la
edad adulta. Se dice que el trabajo de una madre nunca acaba. Las madres
acompañan a sus hijos durante los delicados períodos de la infancia y
adolescencia; cuidan a los miembros de la familia cuando se enferman y están
siempre dispuestas a brindar apoyo en cualquier tipo de obra buena. El pueblo
Igbo de Nigeria describe a las madres como Nne, que significa vocación
fructífera y afirmante de vida. Nneka, que se deriva de Nne, demuestra que las
madres son sumamente importantes.
En vista de la reflexión anterior, se dice que quienes creen en Dios
tienen otra madre, la cual es la Iglesia. El cuerpo místico de Cristo es nuestra
madre espiritual. El Papa Juan XXIII se refirió a la Iglesia como Mater et
Magister (Madre y Maestra). La Iglesia es nuestra madre que nos nutre con los
Sacramentos. El Catecismo indica que los Sacramentos hacen a la Iglesia ya que
manifiestan y comunican a los hombres, especialmente en la Eucaristía, el
misterio de la comunión con Dios quien es amor (CCC118). La Iglesia, como
madre, cuida a los pobres y a los necesitados a través de muchas organizaciones
caritativas y apostolado social; responsabilidad que generosamente asume de dar
a conocer el amor de Dios a todos. Como maestra, la Iglesia nos alienta a
conocer más sobre Dios y la vida espiritual a través de las escrituras, tradiciones,
magisterio y antiguas experiencias y testimonios de los Santos. La Iglesia
también nos enseña mediante las dolorosas experiencias de sus hijos que son
asesinados en distintas partes del mundo hoy y en todos los tiempos.
Nuestra tercera y sublime madre es la Santísima Virgen María, la
Madre de Dios (Theotokos), la Madre de Jesús (Mater Dei), y la Madre de la
Iglesia (Mater Ecclesiae). La Santísima Virgen María es la madre de todos los
Hijos de Dios, la Nueva Eva. Es por su vocación maternal que ella se ha
aparecido gloriosamente en la mayoría de los países del mundo con el singular
motivo de invitarnos a amar a Jesús; de la Virgen de Guadalupe (1531) a
Nuestra Señora de Lourdes (1858) y de Nuestra Señora de La Salette (1846) a la
Virgen de Fátima (1917), de Nuestra Señora de Kibeho en África a Nuestra
Señora de Medjugorje. Todas las gracias y privilegios de María hacen el alhajero
que muestra la perla: Jesucristo, nuestro Dios. De manera que al honrar a María
honramos a Jesús, como lo indiqué en nuestra reflexión de la semana pasada.
Al celebrar el Día de las Madres 2016, estamos muy agradecidos con
todas nuestras madres aquí en el Sagrado Corazón. Muchísimas gracias por
brindar su apoyo incondicional a sus hijos (familia doméstica) y por su
ayuda a la Iglesia (nuestra familia grande).
God Bless All Women of Sacred Heart, AMEN, AMEN.
Fr. Ben
Que Dios Bendiga a Todas Las Mujeres del Sagrado Corazón, AMEN,
AMEN.
Fr . Ben
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Seventh Sunday of Easter
May 8, 2016
YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THE VISITATON OF THE PILGRIMAGE IMAGE OF
OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE
ON TUESDAY, May 10th
BETWEEN 7:00 AM AND 8:30 PM
12704 FOOTHILL BLVD, RANCHO CUCAMONGA
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7:00 am Welcome with mañanitas and
Aztec Dancers
7:30 am Mass (bilingual) followed by
hospitality
8:30 am - 9:00 pm Rosary led by the
Guadalupano’s Ministry
1:15 pm - 2:30 pm Sacred Heart School
Crowning of the Virgen Mary in
church
2:30 pm-4:00pm Image of Our Lady of
Guadalupe will be exposed in the
church for viewing
4:00 pm—5:00 PM Bilingual rosary led
by Lifeteen
5:00 pm—5:30 pm praises by Francisco
5:30 pm—6:00 pm Explanation of image
by Joseph Moctezuma (Bilingual)
6:15 pm Mass (Bilingual)
7:15 pm Las Niñas—Dance followed
by hospitality
7:45 pm—8:30 pm Hospitality & farewell
of image of Our Lady of
Guadalupe
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Acts 19:1-8; Ps 68:2-3ab, 4-5acd, 6-7ab; Jn 16:29-33
Tuesday:
Acts 20:17-27; Ps 68:10-11, 20-21; Jn 17:1-11a
Wednesday: Acts 20:28-38; Ps 68:29-30, 33-36ab; Jn 17:11b-19
Thursday: Acts 22:30; 23:6-11; Ps 16:1-2a, 5, 7-11; Jn 17:20-26
Friday:
Acts 25:13b-21; Ps 103:1-2, 11-12, 19-20ab; Jn 21:15-19
Saturday: Acts 1:15-17, 20-26; Ps 113:1-8; Jn 15:9-17
Sunday:
Vigil: Gn 11:1-9 or Ex 19:3-8a, 16-20b orEz 37:1-14 or Jl 3:1-5; Ps 104:1-2, 24, 35, 27-30;
Rom 8:22-27; Jn 7:37-39 Day: Acts 2:1-11; Ps 104:1, 24, 29-31, 34; 1 Cor 12:3b-7, 12-13 or
Rom 8:8-17; Jn 20:19-23 or Jn 14:15-16, 23b-26
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Seventh Sunday of Easter
Spiritual Healing Journey to Lourdes and
Barcelona
There are 4 spots left for this 7 day spiritual
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For more information please call:
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MARY,
mother of mercy
“May the Blessed Virgin, first
fruit of the saved, model of
the Church, Holy and
Immaculate Spouse, loved by
the Lord, help us to ever
increasingly rediscover divine
mercy as the distinguishing
mark of Christians” - Pope
Francis
This month of May, let
us pay homage to
Mary.
Join us Monday thru
Friday at 6:50am to
pray the rosary in the
Chapel.
First Friday’s
Please join us every 1st Friday of the month
for 24 hour adoration at 9am and Healing
Mass at
7:30pm
Join us every Thursday
for Holy Hour beginning
at 6:30pm.
Every 3rd Saturday of the month Men’s Mass
and Fellowship at 7:30am in the Chapel
WEEKLY COLLECTIONS
Budgeted Amount
$23,052
Collections 5/1/16
$24,468
Mail In
$ 446
Online Giving
$ 2,136
Envelopes Used 623
May 8, 2016
W e are so
grateful to all of
you who give in
support of our
parish
community. We
appreciate your
ongoing
generosity!
Mass for Vocations
every 3rd Wednesday
of the month at
6:15pm in the church.
Everyone is welcome.
Ministry Leaders Meeting
Ministry Leaders Meeting
Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at 7:15pm
St. John Paul II Hall
Junta de Lideres de
Ministerios
Junta de Lideres de Ministerios
Martes el 17 de mayo de 2016 a las 7:15pm
Salón de San Juan Pablo II
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Youth & Young Adult Ministry
May 8, 2016
Rite of Confirmation Practice
Wednesday, May 25
6-8:30 in the church.
Sponsors must attend!
The Rite of
Confirmation
Friday, June 3rd/7p
Happy
Mother’s Day!
The Office of Youth &
Young Adult Ministry is
looking for young adult &
adult volunteers for Confirmation, Life Teen, &
Edge! If you love God &
would love to share the
Gospel with young people, contact Chika or
Melissa (see below)!
Training is available!
Confirmandi/Sponsors must be in Horvath no later
than 6pm! We will begin the procession at 6:50!
ALL HIGH SCHOOL TEENS ARE WELCOME!
Both events are in the Horvath Youth Center
+ “ Work the Work” May 7th, 6:30-8:00pm
+ Bible Study: Every Tuesday, 3:30-4:30
Life Teen’s CAMP GOLDEN STATE, and STEUBENVILLE WEST are only a few months away! This camp and conference allows all of us to strengthen our faith, grow in fellowship, and fall more deeply in love with the Lord. If
you are interested in a ending, please contact Melissa Taylor or stop by the Youth Office!
All high schoolers are welcome! (from in-coming freshmen to gradua ng seniors)
YOUTH MINISTRY OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday-Thursday 1-5pm
Melissa Taylor: Youth Minister
Melissa. [email protected]
909-803-1421
Andre Dineros: YM. Admin. Assistant
Andre. [email protected]
909-803-1422
Chika Anyanwu: Confirmation Coordinator
[email protected]
909-803-1423
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Seventh Sunday of Easter
May 8, 2016
Los invita a recibir la imagen peregrina de
NUESTRA SRA. DE GUADALUPE
El martes 10 de Mayo
Empezando a las 7:00 AM hasta las 8:30 PM
12704 FOOTHILL BLVD, RANCHO CUCAMONGA
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7:00 am Bienvenida de la imagen con
mañanitas y Danza Azteca
7:30
Misa Bilingüe, seguida por
hospitalidad
8:30 am Rosario guiado por el Ministerio de
Los Guadalupanos
1:15 pm - 2:30 pm Participación de alumnos
de la Escuela del Sagrado Corazón
2:30 am-4:00 La imagen de Nuestra Sra. De
Guadalupe estará expuesta en la
iglesia para su visita
4:00 pm—5:00 pm Rosario bilingüe guiado
por los jóvenes de Lifeteen
5:00 pm—5:30 pm Alabanzas por Francisco
5:30 pm—6:00 pm El mensaje de la Imagen
Guadalupana por Joseph
Moctezuma (bilingüe)
6:15 pm Misa (bilingüe)
7:15 pm Participación del Ministerio Angeles
de María (Las Niñas)
7:45 pm—8:30 pm Hospitalidad y despedida
de la imagen
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes:
Martes:
Miércoles:
Jueves:
Viernes:
Sábado:
Domingo:
Hch 19:1-8; Sal 68 (67):2-3ab, 4-5acd, 6-7ab; Jn 16:29-33
Hch 20:17-27; Sal 68 (67):10-11, 20-21; Jn 17:1-11a
Hch 20:28-38; Sal 68 (67):29-30, 33-36ab; Jn 17:11b-19
Hch 22:30; 23:6-11; Sal 16 (15):1-2a, 5, 7-11; Jn 17:20-26
Hch 25:13b-21; Sal 103 (102):1-2, 11-12, 19-20ab; Jn 21:15-19
Hch 1:15-17, 20-26; Sal 113 (112):1-8; Jn 15:9-17
Vigilia: Gn 11:1-9 o Ex 19:3-8a, 16-20b oEz 37:1-14 o Jl 3:1-5; Sal 104 (103):1-2, 24, 35, 27-30;
Rom 8:22-27; Jn 7:37-39 Día: Hch 2:1-11; Sal 104 (103):1, 24, 29-31, 34; 1 Cor 12:3b-7, 12-13 o
Rom 8:8-17; Jn 20:19-23 o Jn 14:15-16, 23b-26
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Seventh Sunday of Easter
May 8, 2016
Interested in volunteering for our
Good Shepard Program? Please
contact Cecilia Fornelli
@ 909-803-1450.
Training available.
Religious Ed Office Hours
Monday-Thursday 10am-6pm
Friday 9am-5pm
909-803-1452
Sacred Heart Parish School
May
May
May
May
May
16
18
19
20
21
Rosary Prayer Group at 3:15 in Kindergarten Class
4th & 5th Grade Field Trip to Riley's Farm
Move-up Day at 2:00 p.m.
Field Day, Pizza Lunch, Adoration 4th Gr., End of the Year Picnic 5-8 p.m.
(Sat.) Br. Tomas' Ordination at St. Paul the Apostle in Chino Hills 10 a.m. Mass.
4th & 5th
Graders
May 18th
Riley’s Farm
End of
Year Picnic
May 20th
5-8pm
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Seventh Sunday of Easter
Continued…
May 8, 2016
Mercy in the Home: The Corporal Works of Mommy and Daddy
By Dr. Gregory K. Popcak
Sheltering the homeless: Putting in the thought, time and effort it takes to make your house a welcoming
home by working to make it a beautiful, orderly, yet comfortable and hospitable place is a great way to remind
yourself and your family of their dignity as children of God.
Visit the Sick: When you respond to a sick child lovingly, refusing to treat him or her as a burden or an
inconvenience even though the illness has thrown your schedule into chaos, you are practicing mercy, growing in
personal holiness and showing your child his or her worth in God’s eyes and yours.
Visit the imprisoned: To banish our children to their rooms or to timeout when they have committed some
offense is one thing, but when we visit them a few minutes later, talk them through their error, teach them what to
do instead and rebuild our relationship, we are practicing true mercy.
Bury the Dead: Helping a child deal with sad transitions in life, whether due to the loss of a pet or favorite
relative, or other events that can turn family life upside down, requires incredible compassion and sensitivityespecially when we are dealing with our own grief.
The Corporal Works of Mommy and Daddy, remind us that charity truly does begin at home, and no better place to
remind each other what we are worth in God’s eyes.
(An Excerpt from OSV Engaged)
JUNTA DE LECTORES
9 de mayo | 6pm | en la Capilla
Palabra de Dios
El Encuentro Matrimonial Mundial es un
programa de 44 horas en donde las parejas
tienen la oportunidad de alejarse del trabajo,
los niños, y las tareas de la casa para enfocarse
solamente el uno al otro. Si están buscando
que su relación crezca, sea mas profunda y
rica, entonces lo invitamos a que nos
acompañe en este encuentro que se ofrecerá el 10, 11 y 12 de
junio 2016. Para mas información: Jesús Y Livier Garcia 909600-7640 Teresa y Victor Villalobos 951-212-5261
CADA VIERNES A LAS 7:OO PM
Biblioteca del centro ministerio
CO-RESPONSABILIDAD DEL TESORO
Presupuesto
Colecta
5/1/16
Recibidos por Correo
Pago Automatizado
Sobres Usado
muy
$23,052 Estamos
agradecidos
$24,468 con todos
ustedes que
$ 446
apoyan a
$ 2,136
nuestra
623
comunidad
parroquial. Les
agradecemos
su continua
generosidad!
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Diocesan Events / Eventos Diocesanos
May 8, 2016
ONE DAY RETREAT
Take Charge of Your Life
Life has a way of making so many demands on our time and
energy. Sometimes the harder we try the more frustrating it can
become. On this retreat you will learn some simple and valuable techniques that can help you thrive instead of just survive.
You will also be taught how to use the powerful Light of Christ
to make changes in your life.
Dates:
Location:
Time:
Donation:
Presenter:
May 14,21,28
Srs. of St. Benedict, Grand Terrace
10am to 3pm
$25 which includes a hot lunch
Sr. Joan Marie Sasse O.S.B.
Reservations: 909.783.4121
PILGRIMAGES TO THE HOLY LAND
Our “Special” 10 Day Pilgrimage to the Holy Land
will be offered over 5 different departure dates. We
will be departing from JKF Airport on 11/6/16;
12/5/16; 1/9/17; 2/6/17; and 3/6/17 at the all land and
air inclusive cost o $2299.00 -$2249.00 in twin
accommodations and depending on the date you
choose. Air can be made available from your home
City. We will be visiting Tel Aviv, Jaffa, Caesarea,
Acre, Nazareth, Cana, Tiberius, Sea of Galilee,
Tagba, Capernaum, Mt. Tabor, Bethlehem,
Jerusalem, and more. Brochures and reservation
forms are available at the Catholic Tour at 877-6274268 toll free or email [email protected]
In the Year of Mercy, Pope
Francis calls us to make the
world a better place: “Let us
be renewed by God's
mercy… let us enable the
MERCY
The unconditional love of God
power of His love to
transform our lives and let us
become agents of this mercy,” by practicing the corporal and
spiritual works of mercy. With this message in mind, the
Office of Asian-Pacific Ministry invites everyone, AsianPacific and Non-Asian-Pacific parishioners to attend this
Annual Conference.
Date: May 28, 2016
Venue: Diocesan Pastoral Center
1201 E Highland Ave., San Bernardino, CA 92404
Time: 8:45 am – 5:30 pm
Fee: $5.00 (include workshops & lunch)
The Breakout session workshops will be presented in Filipino
(English), Chamorro, Indonesian, Korean, Samoan, Tongan
and Vietnamese. Online registration: http://www.lhcla.org/
asianpacificministry (click on the “Upcoming Events” tab and
“Register Here” to register.) For more information, please
contact Sr. Jennifer Nguyen 909-475-5348 or at
[email protected]
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This past weekend the Cristo Rey
Ministry had the pleasure to host Café
con Fe. This year’s topic was about
Amoris Laetitia. Fr. Ben took the time
to explain the joy of Love of Papa
Francisco. This year as a community
they took the time to sing to Fr. Ben a
song called God loves you with Mario
Alberto as a guest, and prayed as a
community for Fr. Ben . This event is
made with the intention of having a
cup of coffee with our Pastor and
making him feel Loved, taking time to
thank him for all the efforts and hard
work that he invests in the
community, that is why Cristo Rey
recognized his effort with this
celebration inviting the Hispanic
community to drink a cup of coffee
with our dear Pastor Ben. We thank all
the community for the support of Café
Gratitude Page
May 8, 2016
Este
fin de semana pasado el Ministerio de
Cristo Rey tuvo el placer de tener Café con Fe. El
tema este año era Amoris Laetitia. El padre Ben
tomó el tiempo para explicar la alegría del amor
del Papa Francisco. Este año como comunidad se
tomó el tiempo para cantarle a Padre Ben una
canción llamada Dios te ama con Mario Alberto
como invitado y rezaron como comunidad para el
padre. Este evento se hace con la intención de
tener una taza de café con nuestro Pastor y
haciéndole sentirse gustada, tomando tiempo para
agradecerle todo el esfuerzo y su trabajo que
invierte en la comunidad, por eso Cristo Rey
reconoce
su
esfuerzo
con
esta
celebración
invitando a la comunidad hispana para beber una
taza de café con nuestro querido Pastor Ben.
Agradecemos a toda la comunidad para el apoyo
de Café con Fe.
PA R I S H S T A F F
“Ser ving God through Ser ving Others”
ADMINISTRATIVE
Rosa Talamantes, Dir. of Hispanic Ministry & Multi-Cultural Cord. ext. 145
e-mail: [email protected]
Blanca Marrufo, Adm. Assistant to the Pastor
ext. 133
e-mail: [email protected]
Vivian Huizar, Office Assistant/Sacramental Records
ext. 113
e-mail: [email protected]
Gladys Giron, Office Assistant/Bulletin Editor
ext. 115
e-mail: [email protected]
Aileen Arrezola, Bookkeeper
ext. 114
e-mail: [email protected]
Judith Minjarez, Office Assistant
ext. 115
e-mail: [email protected]
LITURGICAL
Mary Dias, Coordinator of Liturgical Ministries
ext. 701
e-mail: [email protected]
Thomas Haynes, Audio Visual Coordinator
e-mail: [email protected]
Regina Eskridge, Liturgy Ast./Cord. of Neighborhood Comm. ext. 131
[email protected]
FAITH FORMATION/YOUTH MINISTRY
Cecilia Fornelli, CCM
e-mail: [email protected]
Maria Trujillo, RE Administrative Assistant
e-mail: [email protected]
Monica Hernandez, RE Administrative Assistant
E-mail: [email protected]
Melissa Taylor, Youth Minister
e-mail: [email protected]
Chika Anyanwu, Coordinator of Confirmation and Young Adults
e-mail: [email protected]
Andre Dineros, Y/M Administrative Assistant
e-mail: [email protected]
FACILITIES
Carlos Sanchez, Facility Manager
e-mail: [email protected]
Salvador Marquez, Lawn Care
Maria Mejia, Rectory Housekeeper/Cook
Francisco Valenzuela, Maintenance
ext. 150
ext. 152
ext.151
ext. 121
ext. 123
ext. 122
ext. 552
ext. 118
ext. 115
ext. 118
PARISH MINISTRIES (Telephone or Extension)
ACTS
Martin Vargas
(909)239-5634
Adoration
Lucy Castellana
(626)675-0572
African Descent Ministry
Philomina Nwarueze
(909)743-9419
Altar Linens
Judy Oziminski
(909)484-7350
Altar Server
Rene Echiverri
(909)904-1611
Arts / Environment
Veronica Assal
(909)899-1049
Children’s Liturgy
Cecilia Fornelli
ext. 150
Children’s Performing Arts Teresa Ortega
(714)883-5177
Church Cleaning
Alejandro & Ana Castro
(909)519-7663
Coffee & Donut Ministry
Mary Orduño
(909)561-2950
ext. 244
Communion to Homebound Eric Batoon email: [email protected]
Chito Peralta 909-615-1533/Heidi Molina 909-576-6267
Cursillos In Christianity
Divine Mercy Ministry Kathyrn Cramm (909)477-9338 /Anne Magodoro (909)518-7637
Divorce/Separated Support Ministry Julia Raymond
(909)945-9233
EDGE (Middle School)
Melissa Taylor
(909)803-1421
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion Lydia Hanna
(909)721-6440
Faith on Fire
Leona O’Brien
(909) 232-6851
Festival Chairman
Joe Kuskie
ext. # 291
Filipino Ministry
Jojo Lazo
(937)701-7472
Finance Council
Tony Morales
(909)528-3259
Fire Starters
Teresa Chavez
(909)899-1049
Food Pantry
Maria Brown
(626)274-9068
Guadalupano’s (bilingual)
Rod Morales
(909)489-3933
Grief Ministry
Olga Rios
(909)702-2951
Health Ministry
Rose Morales
(626)216-3496
Jail Ministry
Greg Estrella
[email protected]
Knights of Columbus
Jim Hernandez
(951)897-9973
Lectors
Robert Covington
(909)350-3277
LifeTeen (High School)
Melissa Taylor
(909)803-1421
Light of Jesus Family Ministry Lester Pasimio
(626)643-0012
Little Lambs
Cecilia Fornelli
ext. # 150
Lumen Christi Young Adults Chika Anyanwu
(909)803-1423
Marriage Encounter
Peddy & Linda Ascio
(909)730-1524
Marriage Enrichment
Shawn & Bern Judson
(909)463-9689
Marriage Preparation
Paul & Nancy Camarillo
(909)239-7095
(909)472-8682
Mary’s Hands Circle (Crafting Ministry) Gina Kunakorn
Men’s Fellowship
Alex Alexander
(909)697-5834
Multi Cultural Fellowship
Carmela Giliberto
(909)256-9675
Jowie Witongco, Raul Cancio, Marlene Scarlett, Matthew Braun
Music
Parent Life
Parish School Board
Pastoral Council
Prayer Group– Holy Spirit
Purgatorial Prayer Ministry
Respect Life
RCIA (English)
Security Ministry
Senior Ministry
Stewardship Committee
Tribunal Advocates
Ushers / Greeters
Women’s Fellowship
John Paul Dizon
Teddy Rawson
Dave Hutson
Linda Elliott
Alicia Santacruz
Gracie Vargas
Mary Ann Andel
Tim Wyant
Julia Raymond
Michael Rios
Dcn. Ed Clark
Andy Morales
Ve’Lores Thomspon
909-565-2727
(909)899-1049
(909) 823-0146
(909)880-8885
(909)578-7658
(909) 238-6399
(909)987-9312
(909)899-1049
(909)945-9233
(909)899-1049
ext. 286
(909)600-9593
(909)463-6204
MINISTERIOS PARROQUIALES
Adoración de 24 Horas
Lucy Castellana
(626)675-0572
Ángeles de María (Las Niñas)
Esther Velásquez
(909)941-0739
Despensa de Comida
Maria Brown
(626)274-9068
Duelo - Ministerio
Olga Rios
(909)702-2951
Educación Religiosa y RICA
Cecilia Fornelli
ext. 150
Encuentro Matrimonial
Jesus y Livier Garcia
(909)899-6000
Estudio Bíblico
Joseph Moctezuma
(909)282-2142
Eucaristía - Ministros
Lydia Hanna
(909)721-6440
Grupo de Oración-Cristo Rey
David Arias
(951)217-2675
Justicia Social
Sandra Gonzalez
(909)921-3163
Lectores
Luis Torres
(909)854-6670
Matrimonios del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús y María
Jason y Lorena Tinoco
(909)957-2153
Ministerio de Comunión a los Enfermos Patricia Hassin
(909)232-0041
Monaguillos
Nidia Vargas
(559)331-5173
Movimiento Familiar
Guillermo y Carmen Navarro (909)463-6372
Música
Joaquín Vázquez, Carlos Urrutia, José Ramírez, y Carlos Ramírez
Planificación Natural de la Familia Gerardo y Lupe Valvaneda
(909)899-3955
Preparación Bautismal/Quinceañeras Rosa Talamantes
ext. 145
Preparación Matrimonial
Francisco & Vicki Bellota
ext. 282
Respeto a la Vida
Mirza Andrade
(909)641-3675

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